the profit and loss account
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the profit and loss account

"Conceptual framework" published by the financial accounting standards board Historically, the concept of income has first appeared in economics. Adam Smith, in the wealth of nations, defined income as "the amount of consumption that is not eroded by capital", and saw it as an increase in wealth. Later, most economists inherited and developed this view. 1890, ai (Alfred Marshall Maarshell) in its "the principles of economics," the Adam Smith's "wealth increase" enterprise, introduced the concept of earnings, is proposed to distinguish the entity capital and value-added benefits of economic benefits. The determination of this ratio mainly depends on the supply and demand relationship between the two sides and the competition. In general, the interest rate falls when the supply exceeds demand. Interest rates rise when demand exceeds supply. In addition, law, habit and so on also have a larger role. Marx's theory is of guiding significance to explain the question of interest rate decision under socialized production. Banks in USA vary working schedule than in India. In USA Monday through Friday is recognized as "Business day". This day of Monday is treated since the holiday which is assumed as weekends long events. Rest purchasing in India which includes holidays same works together with the USA. There are 10 US national 2010 bank holidays each year so the banks work according them. Famous British economist hicks and others argue that the above theory did not consider the factor of income, and therefore unable to determine the level of interest rates, in 1937, and puts forward the is-lm model on the basis of general equilibrium theory. It establishes a theory of interest rates and income at the same time that the four factors of savings and investment, money supply and monetary demand interact.